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2/26/09 10:33 A

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That looks interesting and it is a local Virginia publication. I used some buckwheat instead of wheat flour in my cottage cheese egg muffins last week.

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2/26/09 9:56 A

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Just in case anyone is curious, I actually found a recipe book called "True Grist: Buckwheat Flour and Cornmeal Recipes." The book is relatively inexpensive and I created a link to it at the bottom of this message. There are a fair number of interesting recipes using buckwheat flour. I'm going to try a rye/buckwheat bread combintation this weekend! www.foodhistory.com/inklings/books/t
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1/4/09 6:29 P

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I have used it in crepes when trying to use up the abundance of eggs I sometimes have around here.

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12/31/08 3:01 P

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I saw a delicious sounding recipe for buckwheat pancakes (they *were* delicious too) and so bought a 10 lb. bag of buckwheat flour. We don't eat that many pancakes! :) Any other suggestions on how to use this flour?

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